You’ll want to select a location that is completely level, has no standing water, and has an acceptable fire break from surrounding trees. If possible, a shady location for a warm client and sunny if where you live has cold winters. If you don’t have level ground, your site may need to be excavated before the barn installation. For more information, visit our blog on “10 Things to Know Before Installing A Barn“.
Our barns are designed to be modular. This means they are constructed at our plant and delivered to you fully assembled. There is very little, if any, construction that takes place upon delivery.
Thus, prior to delivery and installation, you are responsible for site preparation, ensuring access to the site, and obtaining any permits, permissions, or inspections that may be required from municipal agencies.
Check with your local municipality as it varies depending on type of zoning laws and size of building. We can provide a sketch drawing to present with most permit applications – simply contact your local dealer.